Arrogance is the most toxic waste-product of technology companies. Past examples abound: IBM, AT&T, Microsoft… All their hauteur got them were expensive antitrust actions and customer backlash. Last week, we got yet another example of the insufferable behavior still prevailing in the high-tech world — with the to-be-expected response from regulators and markets.
Many American companies suffer from vision impairment: they consider the Rest of the World as an aggregation of second-class people.
Lenovo and IBM notebook PCs join the list of Sony-made battery recalls. That brings to more than 6 million batteries recalled, including in computers made by Dell and Apple.
From Australian IT.